Adult Services Blog
Thanks to the City of Urbana for this great reminder and providing this information to share:
Countywide Residential Electronics Recycling Collection
Naturalist and brilliant photographer Rob Kanter says many people who live in east cen
Recall fond memories or relive your childhood by watching two documentaries new to The Urbana Free Library film collection.
(Double-click on the thumbnails to see the trailers full screen.)
Rediscover online resources offered by EBSCO, now also available in our library through a new, engaging interface called Explora. Designed with public library patrons in mind, Explora provides easy-to-use features and reliable content from the world’s leading magazines and reference books. Find full-text articles, or citations and summaries, displayed in a new, easier way.
Available to all on library computers and remotely to our cardholders, Explora offers the following content and features:
Papermaking is about more than arts and crafts! Just ask Drew Matott of the Peace Paper Project whose organization utilizes papermaking for community engagement/activism as well as trauma therapy.
I'm an unabashed Cat Lover... and Urbana, I think I'm not alone. If you consider yourself a feline-worshipper, stop by the auditorium this Sunday, September 13 (from 2 - 3pm) for "Cat & Snack." You can choose from a variety of cat crafts, including felt, paper crafts, and stickers.